Technical activity for the month of February

I should have written this a while back but better late yeah…

Here are a list of articles written on the Intense School site for the month of February:

  • Packet flow on the Cisco ASA: This one has two parts: part 1 and part 2 and it deals with how the ASA forwards packets from one interface to another.
  • Using VPN tunnels as backup links: This mini-series stemmed from a comment we got from one of our readers asking how VPN tunnels can be used to provide backup in the event of a failure on the primary link. You can read the articles here: part 1, part 2 and part 3.
  • Random ASA articles: I also wrote a couple of random ASA-related articles. This one deals with not have sufficient IP addresses to use for standby IP addresses in a failover configuration. The next one deals with managing the ASA over a VPN tunnel. The last article deals with how the ASA classifies packets in multiple context mode.
  • In the same month of February, I had fun with virtualization and I wrote articles on it. Here we have the different network types in VMware and VirtualBox. Then I wrote an article on integrating Cisco ASA running in VMware with GNS3. Finally, I caught up with the advances in the network simulation space.

As you can see, I was very busy with my writing in that month of February. In March, as you will see in another article, we started making videos on the Intense school site!

To all my non-techy readers (that’s if you guys even read up to here), sorry. Lol.

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One thought on “Technical activity for the month of February

  1. Timiebix says:

    We accept your apology hehehe 🙂

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